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Law Enforcement I Curriculum

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April 18, 2019

Law Enforcement I curriculum

Law Enforcement I cover
The Curriculum and Instructional Materials Center (CIMC) and the National Partnership for Careers in Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security have collaborated to produce a curriculum titled Law Enforcement I. Since 1967, the CIMC has been a leader in developing instructional materials for career and technology education. The National Partnership serves as the lead organization for the Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security Career Cluster.
Law Enforcement I introduces students to the field of law enforcement and the criminal justice system in the United States. Law Enforcement I also provides an overview of basic laws and police procedures.
Key features of this curriculum include:
  • Competency-based structure: objectives + content + tests
  • Aligned with end-of-instruction assessment produced by the CareerTech Testing Center
  • Full-color student edition featuring objective content, assignments and grading rubrics
  • Wraparound teacher edition featuring suggested activities and unit tests (formative assessments)
  • Estimated to cover 178 hours of instruction
  • Developed by professionals in law enforcement, curriculum and assessment
  1. Careers in Law Enforcement and Public Safety
  2. Law Enforcement and Victim Assistance
  3. Ethics in Law Enforcement
  4. Communication and Writing Skills
  5. The Criminal Justice System
  6. Day-to-Day Operations
  7. Criminal and Constitutional Law
  8. Civil Law
  9. Citizens’ Rights
  10. Criminal Laws and the Criminal Justice System
  11. Investigations
  12. Arrests
  13. Juveniles and the Justice System
  14. Search and Seizure
  15. Conflict Resolution
  16. Models of Policing
  17. Traffic Codes and Enforcement
  18. Trials, Sentencing and Corrections

TI1151 Teacher Edition with resource CD - $55.00
ISBN: 978-1-946770-02-8
TI3151 Student Edition - $39.00
ISBN: 978-1-946770-00-4

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